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Alonso: Red Bull and McLaren still ahead

"true">Fernando Alonso believes Red Bull and McLaren will remain ahead of Ferrari as the 2013 Formula 1 campaign gets underway in Australia next weekend, but he expects his team to 'be closer' to the front of the field than it was at the end of last season. The two-time World Champion, who posted the second fastest time at the final pre-season test in Barcelona, says although it is extremely difficult to judge the overall pecking order, he expects his aforementioned rivals to continue as the pace-setters. "It is difficult to judge rivals," said Alonso. "You cannot go to the training grounds of Barcelona football club and see if they will win Sunday's match...
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